BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Makale Foreman scored his first points of the game on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that gave California its only lead of the game and a 72-70 win over San Francisco on Sunday.
Foreman missed his first six shots of the game, including five attempts from 3-point range, for the Golden Bears (3-4).
Andre Kelly led Cal with 22 points and seven rebounds. Grant Anticevich added 18 points and seven boards, and Matt Bradley scored 17 points.
Jamaree Bouyea had 11 of his career-high 24 points while the Dons (5-3) jumped to their largest lead at 21-9 lead, and Bouyea closed the half with a three-quarter-court heave that gave San Francisco a 37-29 lead.
The Bears three times closed the deficit to one in the second half, the third time with 16.1 seconds left when Bradley drove and dished to Kelly for an open layup.
Cal’s Ryan Betley fouled with 8.8 seconds to send Khalil Shabazz to the foul line for a 1-and-1. Shabazz made his first five free throws in the game and was 24 of 27 (88.9%) on the season but missed the first attempt. Betley grabbed the rebound and Cal went for the game winner without a timeout.
Shabazz finished with 21 points and Julian Rishwain added 11 points.
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